Thursday, 27 May 2010

Federale - Devil In A Boot (2010)

Like Ennio Morricone?  Be sure to give these guys a listen! The band features Colin Hegna from BJM and they released their second album, 'Devil In A Boot' towards the end of 2009, which "tells the story of Jack, whose home and family is stolen from him as a child by a ruthless railroad baron. Ultimately, Jack exacts his revenge."

Listen here.

The band list their influences as:
"Ennio Morricone, Sergio Leone, Sergio Corbucci, Lynch, John Carpenter, Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Bernard Hermann, the Spaghetti Western Genre, Bronson, Eastwood, Van Cleef, Kinski, Fonda, Ligetti, Lutoslawski, Badalamenti, Lee Hazelwood, The Ventures, The Shadows, Nick Cave, Joe Meek, Italian Cinema in General, Hitchcock."

1 comment:

dave said...

Oh Man, I just discovered those guys, and I've been freaking out! They totally do what I wish we could have. Instead, we made a Spaghetti Western Concept Rap album, called "Showdown at the BK Corral." It's basically a Spaghetti Western over 9 tracks - very influenced by Morricone. I'd love to hear what you think of it! You can download it for free at

Maybe they would be into a collaboration one day, or something.

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